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St. Polycarp's Letter to the Philippians


Published May 14, 2006


Bishop Polycarp of Smyrna writes to the Church in Philippi. At their request, the subject is righteousness and righteous living.

Apparently, this letter was written either shortly before or after St. Ignatius of Antioch's martyrdom, as the Philippians are anxious to read Ignatius' letters and Polycarp is anxious to hear tidings of Ignatius. Way before the Council of Nicaea, though; so listen and find out what Christianity was like towards the end of its first century!


Date 2006-05-14
Run time 16 min.


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